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  • Roumeliby Patrick Leigh Fermor; Patricia Storace

    New York Review Books 2011; US$ 15.95

    Roumeli is not to be found on present-day maps. It is the name once given to northern Greece?stretching from the Bosporus to the Adriatic and from Macedonia to the Gulf of Corinth, a name that evokes a world where the present is inseparably bound up with the past. Roumeli describes Patrick Leigh Fermor?s wanderings in and around this mysterious... more...

  • The Traveller's Treeby Patrick Leigh Fermor; Joshua Jelly-Schapiro

    New York Review Books 2011; US$ 19.95

    In the late 1940s Patrick Leigh Fermor, now widely regarded as one of the twentieth century?s greatest travel writers, set out to explore the then relatively little-visited islands of the Caribbean. Rather than a comprehensive political or historical study of the region, The Traveller?s Tree , Leigh Fermor?s first book, gives us his own vivid,... more...

  • The Carriage Roads of Acadiaby Diane Abrell; Bunny Ladouceur; Bunny Ladouceur; Andrew Vietze

    Down East Books 2011; US$ 6.99

    With more than 45,000 copies sold this is one of the most popular books ever published about Acadia National Park. Its small size and useful format make it the perfect book to pick up if you are interested in exploring the park. Densely packed with maps and easy to use directions as well as wonderful descriptive information about each walk/hike/bike-rid,... more...

  • The Rough Guide to the Grand Canyonby Greg Ward

    Rough Guides Ltd 2011; Not Available

    The Rough Guide to the Grand Canyon is the definitive practical guide to America's greatest natural wonder. It explores this stunning natural attraction and the surrounding area in its entirety; from the ruggedly beautiful inner canyon and the famous viewpoints of the North and South rims to the turquoise waters of Havasu Falls and the lively gateway... more...

  • Hey Ranger 2by Jim Burnett

    Taylor Trade Publishing 2007; US$ 9.99

    In this sequel to the wildly successful Hey Ranger: True Tales of Humor and Misadventure from America's National Parks , former ranger Jim Burnett casts his net globally in search of the most outrageous and humorous stories of man in his eternal quest to experience the natural world. more...

  • Garlic, Mint, and Sweet Basilby Jean-Claude Izzo

    Europa 2013; US$ 9.99

    Available for the first time in English in Howard Curtis?s brilliant translation this collection of personal essays shows Izzo at his most contemplative and insightful. He writes beautifully about the city he loved, the sea to which he belonged, and the literary movement that made him famous. more...

  • The Incredible Spice Menby Cyrus Todiwala; Tony Singh

    Ebury Publishing 2013; US$ 31.98

    Acclaimed chefs Tony Singh and Cyrus Todiwala are on a mission to wake Britain up to the versatility of spices. For too long, our spices have sat unused and dusty in cupboard shelves, when just a mere sprinking of cumin, a dash of turmeric or a handful of star anise has the power to turn our everyday food into an explosion of tastes and smells. ... more...

  • A Guide to the Archaeology Parks of the Upper Midwestby Deborah Morse-Kahn

    Roberts Rinehart 2003; US$ 17.99

    "Author Deborah Morse Kahn has written a brief but useful guide." more...

  • Aground on St. Thomasby Rebecca M. Hale

    Penguin Publishing Group 2014; US$ 7.99

    From the New York Times bestselling author of Adrift on St. John and Afoot on St. Croix , comes a tale of intrigue and excitement in the Virgin Islands? The tropical paradise of St. Thomas is shut down as the FBI seizes control of the island to apprehend government officials on bribery charges. Tourists and locals are stranded until FBI agent... more...

  • National Geographic London Book of Listsby Tim Jepson; Larry Porges

    National Geographic Society 2014; US$ 19.95

    For London lovers of all stripes, National Geographic London Book of Lists chronicles this ever-changing city from its ancient Roman origins to the present day. Organized with a minimum of organization, the 140 lists in this eclectic and hugely entertaining illustrated compendium cover the city?s best, worst, highest, smallest, first, last, and everything... more...